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The Board meets twice a month. Your written or spoken comments make a huge difference. Double your impact by commenting to the Grass Valley City Council too.  Learn how.

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Your donation helps with political advocacy, community education, and legal fees - including hiring the best legal experts from the highly respected environmental law firm, Shute, Mihaly, and Weinberger. Your donation goes to our sponsor, Community Environmental Advocates Foundation.

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The approval process for the mine is regulated by California's Environment Quality Act (CEQA), making the whole effort a marathon, not a sprint. Our team is watching the calendar and engaging with Nevada County Planners to keep track of the timeline. Here is our most current estimate for major milestones:

July 2020

Notice of Preparation

open for Community Review

Winter 2021/2022

Draft Environmental Impact Report open for Community Review

Spring 2022

Government Review of Final Environmental Impact Report

Mid 2022

Nevada County Board of Supervisors makes a Decision

understand the process

Listen to CEA Foundation volunteer, Paul Schwartz, talk about CEQA and the timeline for this project.

Or, view Nevada County's detailed project timeline chart here

Whether you have a lot of time, or just a little, there are things you can do to help.

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Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest news and events, action alerts, and invitations to monthly meetings hosted by CEA Foundation. Strength in numbers makes a big impression.

become an advocate

We're on a mission to be the most vocal group at the regularly scheduled County Board of Supervisor's meetings. Your written or spoken comments can make a huge difference.

Get The Word Out

We need to alert the community about this project. Can you reach out to neighbors digitally, set up virtual meetings, or visit local businesses? We could use your help. 

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